And people look at me like I’m Big Bird, when I try to explain the “Great Awakening”.
There are literally BILLIONS of Angels on the planet. Considering the population is over 7 billion, and each person has at least 2 guardian angels, then do the math. Why are we even worried about anything?!
Because you have to ask.
Angels are direct messengers from Spirit. They guide, help and protect us constantly. However, because the Law of Earth is that humans have Free Will, they can’t interfere unless it is life or death. Therefore, we must ask for their help.
Imagine what would happen if every single person asked their Angels to help resolve all planetary issues for the Highest Good of all. I think it is almost more than we can comprehend.
If something is troubling you, ask for Their help. If someone is troubling you, ask for Their help. Ask for Their help if you are sick or well, tired or energetic, experiencing fear or peace. There is nothing beyond Their ability to resolve. Just know that when you ask, you must turn the problem over to Them completely and accept that They will resolve it for your Highest Good. It might require that you take action steps, and that some of those steps may be difficult, but in the long run you will be at peace.
There are plenty enough Angels available, and They have unlimited time, so ASK.
I’m reposting this, because there is a lot of cognitive dissonance going on right now. The important thing to remember is that your truth is that which resonates within you. Does it make you feel good or does it make you feel bad?
Cognitive dissonance occurs when you suddenly hear completely conflicting information about a long-held belief. It causes stress and anxiety, and can change your brain pathways to that which resemble someone with PTSD.
A good example of cognitive dissonance is someone who began smoking during the years that the Marlboro Man commercials were running. Sexy, mysterious, the actor playing this role made smoking look cool and tough. These ads were soon followed by Joe Camel. Both depicted a habit that was thought to be completely acceptable. And then. . .lung cancer became the new enemy.
Many smokers went into complete denial. “That won’t happen to me.” Some thought they should just cut back. And there were others who probably thought “what the hell, I’m going to die someday, anyway” and increased their consumption. These behaviors were maladaptive, in order to lessen the belief’s conflict. Cognitive dissonance occurred when they encountered someone, or heard evidence of smoking-induced lung cancer. Cortisol would flood the body and eventually contribute to chronic inflammation, the root cause of most diseases.
Cognitive dissonance can occur when a trusted source of information suddenly denounces everything they supported, or even removes evidence of such. I believe we are in a time when such things are occurring. So, how do you reconcile conflicting beliefs?
Avoidance can be helpful, but might be just putting your head in the sand. Defiance, which may or may not get you into trouble. Changing your belief, but you might want to perform due diligence of fact-checking both sets of beliefs. But ultimately, it comes down to what do you feel in your gut. Your gut is an extremely powerful sensory device. You’ve had that sick feeling when you are around someone who makes you feel bad or is scary. Trust that feeling. Make time for meditation so you can tune into the Universe and ask for guidance. Don’t worry if you don’t hear anything immediately. The Universe will get the answer to you in multiple ways, even with a song playing over and over in your head. When you feel inside that you have your truth, seek out like-minded individuals who will support you.
Just don’t make yourself sick over someone’s lies.
INTO THE LIGHT
So many people are feeling out-of-sorts, stressed, angry, sad, and even slightly nutty. We should all give ourselves a break considering the wild ride of the first half of 2020. Messages of doom and gloom, inciting fear, added to conflicting information, comes rocketing at us from every direction. You can’t help but feel a little bit insane, and begin to doubt yourself.
Stop that crazy train and take a good long look at your life. Up until January, what has your life looked like? Have you been in a career? Are you able to support yourself? Do you have a family? Do you have a home and are you able to provide food and other necessities for yourself and your family? If you answer yes to one or more of those questions, then you’ve have likely led a reasonably normal life. Maybe your life is still like that, in spite of the outside world. Seems pretty sane to me.
Then everything changed. And you have talked about it with everyone. Maybe differing opinions have entered your conversations. Maybe discussions have been heated. Maybe even you are not on speaking terms with some people. Maybe words like “I don’t understand you” or “radical” have been tossed around. And doubt is now roiling around in your gut like bad pastrami.
It’s not them, and it’s not YOU.
The planet has been building up a pile of sh*t for eons. Every angry word, every incident of disrespect, every act of putting someone down, every moment of shame, blame and guilt, everything that is harmful to another, has been stuffed down and suppressed for our entire existence. And like bad pastrami, it’s gotta come out. (I know, disgusting analogy, but you can agree it’s effective.) The time has come to . . . deal with our mess.
Just as you would if you had an upset tummy, you spend some time alone. You rest, turn off the television or other noise, drink some tea, and maybe soothe yourself by soaking in a warm bathtub. In other words, nurture yourself.
All that outside noise, is just that: NOISE. Tune it out and stay out of the fray. Don’t get sucked into a nonsensical battle with your nearest and dearest, because all of this is just temporary.
The world is going through a change, and the present insanity is a necessary part of the process. How can something become better if you don’t clean out the bad plumbing? It was destined to happen, and it will all be for the better, so the less you resist the easier it goes.
If you are the warrior type, then find a positive place where you take action. If it is angry and fearful, that is not where you want to put your energy. If you are the behind-the-scenes worker type, then put your energy into helping others. If you are just trying to manage your life, then fill yourself up with the energy of Love.
What is the energy of Love? Honoring yourself and your needs. You are lovable and valuable. You treat yourself as you want to be treated. Loving yourself is not selfish – it is NECESSARY. When you fill yourself with Love, you light up like a beacon. People are drawn to your radiance, and it shines outward to everyone you come in contact with, thereby changing their frequency to that of Love. What do you think would happen if everyone did this? Think about that for a moment. Pretty spectacular, huh? The insanity, kinda like, disappears doesn’t it?
How ’bout we start right now and agree to fill ourselves with Love every single day. I’m in.